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HEALTHY FAMILIES, AND
AMCHP FUTURE 2027
AMCHP FUTURE 2027
National Resource, Partner & Advocate
The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP) is a national resource, partner, and advocate for state public health leaders who work and support state maternal and child health programs and others working to improve the health of women, children, youth, families, and communities.
We build successful programs by disseminating best practices, advocating on behalf of our members in Washington, DC, providing technical assistance, convening leaders to share experiences and ideas, and advising states to reach our common goal of healthy children, healthy families, and healthy communities.
Protect and Promote
AMCHP members come from the highest levels of state government. They include directors of maternal and child health programs, directors of programs for children with special health care needs, and other public health leaders who work and support state maternal and child health programs. AMCHP’s membership also includes academic, advocacy, community-based family health professionals, adolescent health coordinators, program managers, epidemiologists, family leaders, people with lived experience with the challenges AMCHP endeavor to solve, as well as families themselves.
Healthy Mom, Healthy Family: Incorporating Interconception Care Into Well-Child Visits
Healthy Mom, Healthy Family: Incorporating Interconception Care Into Well-Child Visits, based on the national IMPLICIT model, is a quality improvement project designed to impact maternal and infant health by incorporating maternal interconception care into well-child visits in pediatric and family medicine office settings by focusing on four critical maternal health areas: depression/anxiety, tobacco use, family planning, and multivitamin use. Read More
BirthMatters reduces teen pregnancy through reproductive health education and empowers pregnant people to raise healthy families through doulas utilizing the community health worker model. Read More
The Embrace Project Study
The Embrace Project Study (Embrace) focused on addressing maternal mortality and morbidity and diabetes health disparities through mental health and self-care practices that supported cultural identity. Read More
Family Centered Shared Care Planning Assessment Tool
The Family-Centered Shared Care Planning Assessment (FCSCPA) tool is a self-scoring electronic assessment that prompts Shared Care Planning teams to facilitate quality improvement and reflect upon their values and processes. Read More
Recommendation Tools to Align Fatality Review Programs to Improve Maternal and Infant Health Outcomes
Evaluate the effectiveness of Michigan Recommendation Tools to Align Fatality Review Programs to Improve Maternal and Infant Health Outcomes to identify themes and themes for action generated by local Fetal Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) teams and align them with Michigan Maternal Mortality Surveillance program (MMMS) recommendations. Read More
AMCHP Staff Member Mallory Cyr Recognized by the de Beaumont Foundation as a Leader in Public Health
Washington, DC – The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP) is delighted to share that our very own Mallory Cyr has been recognized as one of the 40 Under 40 in Public Health. The de Beaumont Foundation announced its 2023 honorees this morning...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Appointments to the AMCHP Board of Directors include 1 transition, 3 re-elections, and 1 new addition, bringing the number of Board members to eighteen. Washington, DC – The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP) is...
Mental health is the capacity for people to feel, think, and act in ways that enable them to cope with the stresses of life, realize their abilities, learn and work well, and contribute to their community. Emotional health, one aspect of mental health, is a person’s...
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